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nariman point
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    92,796 / sq ft
    Avg. price (1,3,3+ bhk)
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    4,55,750 / month
    Avg. rent (3,3+ bhk)

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  • 21st Dec 16

    Mumbai's Kamathipura All Set For A Facelift

    Kamathipura, the oldest red light district of Mumbai and the second largest in Asia, is all set to be revamped. Various redevelopment plans are in the pipeline that will give this area a much-needed facelift. Despite being close to the posh locality of Nariman Point, Kamathipura has always been ignored by developers.
  • 19th Aug 18

    Refinancing Your Home Loan? Here Are Some Pointers

    A home loan transfer or refinance is an option that most individuals opt for to avail the benefit from lower interest rates prevalent in the market. Remember that for a home loan switch you need go through all the procedures involved afresh. These include a credit appraisal, legal verification of property documents and technical evaluation.
  • 28th Aug 18

    Points Young Buyers Need To Consider Before Taking A Loan

    Indians in the age group of 20 and 30 form a large part of the homebuyer base. However, if you planning to invest in a property in your 20s using bank finance, you must first consider certain points.
  • 20th Aug 18

    Points To Remember When Applying For Home Loan In 40s

    As the home loan repayment period is usually around 20 years, lenders pay special attention to the borrower’s age before sanctioning a loan. So, what if one is applying for home loan in 40s? Does it impact your eligibility and possibilities of availing of a home loan? While no bank or financial institution can reject your loan on the basis of your age, there are certain points that can improve your odds of securing a home loan swiftly.
  • 12th Oct 18

    How Justified is Paying Taxes For The Inventory?

    From this financial year, real estate developers, who are holding an unsold unit for over a year, will have to pay 8-10 per cent of the property value as tax. Developers will also have to pay 30 per cent of the fair value of the property as tax if they lease their unsold units after April this year after Section 28 (via) was introduced in the Income Tax (I-T) Act. According to this Section, unsold inventory would be treated as a capital asset from the tax point of view.

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